License your simulator for unlimited use outside your home, or for generating revenue.
Hardware and frame-rate checks make the simulator eligible for FAA-Certification.
Enable cylindrical and spherical projection (as found in large simulators), and the ability to drive Garmin Real Simulator Units.
Protect your fine-tuned settings and preferences by enabling a password-protected mode that prevents any unauthorized changes.
Aircraft models that stand up to scrutiny, from the gear trucks to the rivets.
Some general aviation planes now feature a simulated Garmin 1000.
Every aircraft in the fleet comes with a beautiful, usable 3-D cockpit.
Every 3-D cockpit is usable for instrument flight.
So, to build a simulator for professional use, simply:
Note that you will need one pro-use license—whether digital download or USB key—per computer if you’re planning a multi-machine simulator.
For professional-caliber flight sim hardware, we recommend Precision Flight Controls.
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